Physicians

Physicians and medical centers will benefit from an increased practice profitability.

Benefit

Allgenic Health and Wellness employs the most contemporary and innovative approach accessible in the field of allergy and immunology. This is the same approach that we implement when healthcare providers, such as the doctors in our network, or our Certified Allgenic Allergy Technicians in our services. Our highly-trained technicians execute all allergy testing responsibilities and administrative obligations, as well as all the paperwork regarding allergy testing and immunotherapy under the supervision of a licensed provider that would be at NO UPFRONT COST TO THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDER OR MEDICAL FACILITY.

Allgenic’s primary interest in providing completely compatible allergy services to your practice or medical facility is delivering you with the utmost quality in allergy testing and immunology treatment for your patients. Allgenic’s team of proficient professionals are prepared and equipped in incorporating our services into your practice or medical facility. This guarantees an efficient transition in integrating Allgenic into your office WITHOUT ANY HASSLE OR UPFRONT COST.

If your office is compatible with our allergy program, we will accommodate you with the qualified Certified Allgenic Allergy Technician, office and medical equipment and supplies and any additional support from our corporate team necessary. Allgenic has established offices in various locations across the United States allowing these practices to indulge in the financial benefits of collaborating with Allgenic.

Ultimately, implementing Allgenic into your practice will create many benefits. The medical industry is built on the conceptual foundation to improve the quality of life for the patient. By applying Allgenic into your practice, patients will be able to live their lives allergy free and enjoy their lives to the maximum potential, all thanks to you! Therefore, your business will expand because of the increase in number of services made available to the patient.

With the increase in services provided, there will be an increase in practice revenue as well. There will be higher patient retention rates due to the identification of allergies that will require immunotherapy treatment. Desensitization of an allergy is not an immediate effect after a session of immunotherapy. This treatment is a process which may take more than one year, therefore the number of patients that are referred out will decrease. There is the potential profit to generate hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Allgenic allergy and immunology centers include, at no upfront cost to you:

• Comprehensive allergy and immunology services

• Complete set-up: including all medical personnel, equipment and supplies (technician, antigens, general office supplies, etc.)

• Account manager

• Scratch test and immunotherapy

• Food allergy or food intolerance (when possible)

• Total support for your staff (scheduling, insurance verification, etc.)

• All protocols, policies, procedures

• Legal letter of opinion for your state

• Environmental Allergy Testing and Food Allergy Testing

Additional benefits to your organization:

• Better quality of life for the patient

• Expand your business services to patients

• Additional revenue to your business

• Higher patient retention (decrease in number of patients that are referred out)

• Practice may potentially generate hundreds of thousands of dollars

Testing consists of:

High Quality Standardized Antigens from licensed American manufacturers
FDA approved methodology
User friendly results
Testing takes approximately 15 minutes to administer and 15 minutes for results

Skin & Airborne

An allergy skin test is used to identify the substances that are causing your allergy reactions. The allergy test is done by using a simple “scratch” technique – which involves a painless scratch on the surface of the skin and introducing a small amount of allergen extract to create a reaction (inducing an IgE reaction). Offending allergens produce a wheal (a raised, red area similar to a mosquito bite) in varying sizes depending on the severity of the reaction.

Immediate onset: IGE

Immediate onset, occurs rapidly with the ingestion or inhalation of an allergen and is referred to as immediate hypersensitivity reaction, and is characterized by the release of histamine upon exposure to the allergen. IgE mediated hypersensitivities can be life threatening and occur in approximately 20% of the population. IgE is produced in response to an allergen/antigen and binds to the mast cells and basophils.

Food Allergies

It is estimated that that up to 12 million Americans have food allergies. A food allergy is an abnormal response by the immune system to a food trigger. Development of food allergies is dependent on a number of factors including timing of exposure to the allergenic food, frequency of consuming the allergenic food, and the integrity of the gastrointestinal system. Food allergies are implicated in a wide variety of conditions, some of which include migraine, depression, inflammatory bowel disease, chronic ear infections, eczema, psoriasis, recurrent infections, and weight gain.

Allergy Symptoms

Runny Nose

Stuffy Nose

Sneezing

Wheezing

Shortness of breath

Cough

Rashes

Fatigue

Headache

Nausea

Vomiting

Fever